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a Greek philosopher, from whose treatise "On Old Age" (περὶ δήρως) considerable extracts are made by Stobaeus, but of whose life and age we know nothing. The work was in the form of a dialogue, and the writer appears to have been a Platonic philosopher. (Stobaeus, Florileg. tit. 115.26, 116.49, 117.9, 121.35, ed. Gaisford.)

Tacitus (Tac. Ann. 11.35) speaks of a Roman senator, Juncus Vergilianus, who was put to death in the reign of the emperor Claudius: but perhaps we should read Junius instead of Juncus.

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